Discount Program

image of FLASH card for adults with disabilities and Gold Card for people age 60 and older


Our online discount directory provides an opportunity for retail, service, arts, entertainment, tourism, and other organizations in the greater Seattle area to provide special discounts for older people and/or adults with disabilities, building their customer base and, at the same time, building a more age-friendly community. For the most current print version of the Discount Directory, click hereThe directory link at upper left is currently under construction.

Consumers: Businesses and organizations define "older adults" and "adults with disabilities" in different ways, and some extend discounts only to Gold Card holders (age 60+) or FLASH Card holders (age 18–59 with disabilities). If in doubt, contact them directly to inquire.

Businesses/Organizations: We welcome your participation! Click on the Submit a Discount link here or at upper left.

Gold/FLASH Cards

Some of the discounts in the Discount Directory require a Gold Card or a FLASH Card; some do not.

The Gold Card for Healthy Aging is available for Seattle-King County residents age 60+. Gold Cards are available at:

The FLASH Card is available for Seattle-King County residents age 18-59 with qualifying disabilities (see application). FLASH Cards are available at:


This Discount Directory does not provide a complete list of discounts for older adults or persons with disabilities. Vendor participation in the directory is voluntary and free.

The City of Seattle has not investigated the services listed, and neither endorses the businesses nor warrants the services, products or quality offered. We do not guarantee that businesses offer the lowest price. Discounts and terms listed may change or be discontinued at any time without notice.

We urge you to compare prices and seek advertised specials. Before you make a major purchase, weigh your options carefully. Check out the businesses you are thinking of doing business with by contacting the Better Business Bureau (206-431-2222). When purchasing services, request a written estimate or contract describing the work and the cost.

If you have comments about services you receive from the businesses listed in the Discount Directory, we would like to hear from you. If you know of a business or service not listed here that offers discounts to older adults and/or persons with disabilities, give them the URL for this webpage (see link at the top of this page).


Are you facing aging or disability issues? To access information about services and resources, contact Community Living Connections at 206-962-8467 (toll-free 844-348-5464).

Are you younger, without a disability? For general health and human services information and referrals, visit the 2-1-1 Community Resources Online or call 2-1-1.